Botswana"s challenge for quality education into the 21st century
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Botswana"s challenge for quality education into the 21st century future directions in teacher education by National Conference on Teacher Education (Botswana) (2nd 1995 Molepolole College of Education)

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Published by Ministry of Education, Dept. of Teacher Training and Development in Gaborone .
Written in English



  • Botswana


  • Teachers -- Training of -- Botswana -- Congresses.,
  • Education -- Botswana -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesFuture directions in teacher education
Statementedited by R. Charakupa, J. Odharo, M. Rathedi.
ContributionsCharakupa, R., Odharo, J., Rathedi, M., Botswana. Dept. of Teacher Training and Development.
LC ClassificationsLB1727.B65 N383 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 278 p. :
Number of Pages278
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL342697M
ISBN 109991290303
LC Control Number97983136

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